Kodak EasyShare DX6440 zoom digital camera

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Kodak EasyShare DX6440 zoom digital camera

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User’s Guide www.kodak.com For interactive tutorials, www.kodak.com/go/howto

Eastman Kodak Company 343 State Street Rochester, New York 14650 © Eastman Kodak Company, 2003 All screen images are simulated. Kodak and EasyShare are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company. P/N 6B8551

Product Overview

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Microphone Light sensor Self Timer/Video light Wrist strap post Grip

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Product Overview

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Table of Contents 1 Getting Started ...................................................................1 Install Software First................................................................1 Need This Guide in Larger Print?............................................1 What Can I Do With My Camera?...........................................2 What Can I Do With My Pictures and Videos? ...................2 Package Contents..................................................................... 3 Loading the Battery................................................................. 4 Attaching the Wrist Strap .................................................... 4 Turning On the Camera............................................................ 5 Setting the Date and Time .................................................... 6 Checking Camera Status.........................................................7 Camera Screen Icons ............................................................... 8 Inserting an SD/MMC Card.................................................... 9 Choosing Internal Memory or SD/MMC Card...................10 Important Battery Information........................................... 12

2 Taking Pictures .................................................................15 Take a Picture ........................................................................... 15 Picture-Taking Modes .............................................................16 PAS Mode................................................................................... 17 Liveview—Framing with the Camera Screen...................20 Quickview—Reviewing the Picture Just Taken ............... 22 Adjusting the Viewfinder....................................................... 22 Using the Optical Zoom.........................................................23 vii

Using the Advanced Digital Zoom......................................23 Using the Flash........................................................................ 24 Putting Yourself in the Picture...........................................26 Taking a Burst Series of Pictures ..................................... 27 Changing Optional Settings ................................................28 Setting Exposure Compensation .......................................30 Setting Picture Quality.......................................................... 31 Setting Color Mode ................................................................32 Setting White Balance ..........................................................33 Setting ISO Speed..................................................................34 Setting Long Time Exposure................................................35 Setting Exposure Metering ................................................ 36 Setting Focus Zone................................................................ 37 Resetting PAS Settings to Defaults...............................38 Pre-tagging for Album Names ............................................39 Placing the Date on Pictures ..............................................40 Setting the Orientation Sensor.......................................... 41

3 Taking Videos ................................................................... 43 Taking a Video...........................................................................43 Quickview—Reviewing the Video Just Taken...................44 Using the Optical Zoom.........................................................45 Changing Optional Video Settings.....................................45 Pre-tagging for Album Names ............................................46 Putting Yourself in the Video .............................................. 47

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4 Reviewing Pictures and Videos ...................................49 Viewing Single Pictures and Videos ................................... 49 Viewing Multiple Pictures and Videos ...............................50 Playing a Video.........................................................................50 Deleting Pictures and Videos................................................51 Changing Optional Review Settings .................................. 52 Magnifying Pictures ............................................................... 52 Protecting Pictures and Videos From Deletion............. 53 Tagging Pictures/Videos for Albums................................. 54 Running a Slide Show ............................................................ 55 Displaying Pictures/Videos on a Television .....................56 Copying Pictures and Videos................................................57 Displaying Video Date............................................................58 Viewing Picture/Video Information .....................................58

5 Sharing Pictures and Videos ......................................59 When Can I Tag My Pictures and Videos?........................ 59 Tagging Pictures for Printing..............................................60 Tagging Pictures and Videos for Emailing........................ 61 Tagging Pictures and Videos as Favorites ..................... 62 Need Help? ................................................................................ 62

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6 Customizing Your Camera Settings ........................63 To Access Setup Mode/Menus.......................................... 63 Setup Menus ........................................................................... 63 Changing the Default Print Quantity................................64 Turning Off Quickview .............................................................64 Turning On Liveview in Still Modes......................................65 Changing Advanced Digital Zoom...................................... 66 Turning Off the Shutter Sound ......................................... 66 Setting Video Out ................................................................... 67 Selecting a Language ............................................................ 67 Formatting Internal Memory or SD/MMC Card............ 68 Viewing Camera Information ............................................... 68

7 Installing the Software .................................................69 Windows OS-based System Requirements .................. 69 Mac OS X System Requirements....................................... 70 Mac OS 8.6 and 9.x System Requirements .................. 70 Install the Software.................................................................71

8 Connecting Camera to Computer ...............................73 Transferring Pictures With the USB Cable ..................... 73 Printing Pictures from Your Computer ............................ 74 Printing From an Optional SD/MMC Card ....................... 74 Print With or Without a Computer..................................... 74

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9 Using the Camera Dock 6000 ....................................75 Camera Dock 6000 Package Contents ...........................75 Installing the Custom Camera Insert............................... 76 Connecting the Camera Dock 6000 ................................. 77 Installing the Rechargeable Battery ................................ 78 Docking the Camera................................................................79 Charging the Battery ............................................................80 Transferring Pictures With the Dock................................. 81 Reviewing Pictures and Videos............................................ 82 Camera Dock 6000 Specifications.................................. 82 Troubleshooting—Camera Dock 6000 ...........................83 Earlier Cameras and Docks .................................................84

10 Troubleshooting .............................................................85 Camera Problems....................................................................85 Camera/Computer Communications.................................90 SD/MMC Cards and Internal Memory ............................... 91 Camera Screen Messages ................................................... 92 Camera Ready Light Status...............................................96

11 Getting Help ....................................................................99 Helpful Web Links ....................................................................99 Help in this Manual ................................................................99 Software Help..........................................................................99 Telephone Customer Support ........................................... 100

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12 Appendix ......................................................................... 103 Camera Specifications........................................................ 103 Shutter Speeds..................................................................... 105 Original Factory Settings ..................................................106 Upgrading Your Software and Firmware.........................107 Tips, Safety, Maintenance ..................................................107 Storage Capacities ..............................................................108 Locating Pictures and Videos on a Card ....................... 109 Picture Naming Conventions .............................................. 110 Power-Saving Features.......................................................... 111 Optional AC Adapter .............................................................. 111 FCC Compliance and Advisory.............................................112

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Getting Started

Install Software First Install the software from the Kodak EasyShare software CD before connecting the camera (or camera dock) to the computer. Failure to do so may cause the software to load incorrectly. See the Quick Start Guide or Installing the Software, page 69.

Need This Guide in Larger Print? For a large print version of this User’s Guide: 1 Visit www.kodak.com/go/dx6440support. 2 Navigate to the Manuals section. 3 Click View as PDF to open the User’s Guide. 4 On a Windows OS-based computer or Mac OS 8.6 or 9.x: ! From the File menu, select Print. ! In the Print window, select Fit to Page. On Mac OS X: ! From the File menu, select Page Setup. ! Change Scale to 200%. 5 Print as usual.

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What Can I Do With My Camera? Capture Still Pictures —Use Auto mode to enjoy point-and-shoot operation. Use Sport, Portrait, Night, Landscape, and Close-up modes to expand your capabilities. Use PAS mode for ultimate creative control. Capture Videos with Sound —Capture videos as QuickTime movies. Review —Display, protect, and delete pictures and videos; tag for albums. Share —Share pictures (print, email, save as Favorites) and videos (email, save as Favorites). Set Up —Customize your camera functions.

What Can I Do With My Pictures and Videos? Install the software from the Kodak EasyShare software CD, then: Transfer—Transfer pictures and videos to your computer. Share—Print pictures, order prints online, email pictures and videos. Print—(see page 74) Print pictures directly to your home printer or Kodak EasyShare printer dock 6000. Order prints online from Ofoto, a Kodak Company. Or purchase an optional Kodak multimedia card (MMC) or a secure digital (SD) card and: ! Automatically print to any printer with an SD/MMC slot ! Make prints at an SD/MMC-capable Kodak picture maker, visit http://www.kodak.com/go/picturemaker ! Take the card to your local photo retailer for professional printing Organize—Use Favorites to organize and retrieve pictures on a computer. Edit—Add special effects to your pictures, make a custom slide show, fix red-eye, crop, rotate, and much more. For details, click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software. Some Macintosh operating systems may support limited Kodak EasyShare software features. 2

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Package Contents

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1 Camera 2 Custom insert (for camera dock, see page 76) 3 CRV3 battery (non-rechargeable)

4 USB cable 5 Audio/Video cable (for viewing pictures and videos on television)

Not shown: User’s Guide, Quick Start Guide, wrist strap, Kodak EasyShare software CD. (In some countries, the User’s Guide is provided on a CD.) Contents may change without notice. 3

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Loading the Battery A CRV3 lithium battery, non-rechargeable, is included with your camera.

1 Turn off the camera. 2 On the bottom of the camera, slide the

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battery door and lift to open.

3 Insert the CRV3 battery, as shown. 4 Close the battery door. IMPORTANT BATTERY INFORMATION For acceptable battery life and to make sure your camera operates dependably, do not use alkaline batteries. See page 12 for the other types of batteries you can use in your camera.

Attaching the Wrist Strap 1 Thread the short loop of the wrist strap through the wrist strap post.

2 Thread the long loop through the short loop.

3 Pull until secure.

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Turning On the Camera Ready light Mode dial

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Rotate the Mode dial: Clockwise for still capture modes Counterclockwise for video mode The ready light blinks while the camera performs a self-check, then glows green when the camera is ready to take pictures (or videos, if the mode dial is set to ). In Still and Video modes, status icons appear on the camera screen. See Checking Camera Status, page 7.

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Adjusting the Display If you want to Turn the camera screen on (enter Liveview) or off. Change the Liveview setting so that it is on whenever the camera is on. Redisplay the status icons. Turn off the camera.

Then do this Press the OK button. See Turning On Liveview in Still Modes, page 65. Press . Turn the Mode dial to Off. The camera completes operations that are in process.

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Setting the Date and Time Setting the Date & Time, First Time The Date & Time have been reset message appears the first time you turn on the camera or if the battery is removed for an extended time.

1 SET DATE & TIME is highlighted. Press the

OK button. (Select Cancel to set the date and time at a later time.) The Date & Time screen appears. 2 Go to step 4 below, Setting the Date & Time, Anytime.

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Setting the Date & Time, Anytime 1 Turn on the camera. Press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Setup, then press the OK button. to highlight Date & Time, then press the OK button. The date format is YYYY/MM/DD. The time is displayed in a 24-hour format.

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to adjust the date and time. Press to advance to the next setting. 5 When finished, press the OK button. 6 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. The setting remains until you change it. NOTE: Depending on your computer operating system, Kodak EasyShare software may allow your computer to automatically update the camera clock when you connect the camera. See the Kodak EasyShare software Help for details. 6

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Checking Camera Status The icons that appear on the camera screen indicate the active camera and picture settings. See page 8 for a list of the icons. To check the current camera settings:

! Turn the Mode dial from the Off position.

Mode dial Status area

If is displayed in the status area, press the Flash/Status button to display additional settings. Press to redisplay the status information at any time.

Mode icon

! Press the Flash button. The current camera status icons are displayed in the bottom half of the Flash screen.

More settings

! Press the Shutter button halfway down when Liveview is on. Current aperture, shutter speed, and digital zoom values are displayed. Other icons temporarily disappear.

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Camera Screen Icons These icons appear on your camera screen when the settings are active. Capture Modes (also on Mode dial*) Video Auto

Camera/Picture Status Share Icons Quality Icons Protect Best Print Best (3:2) Email Better Favorite Good

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Custom (When is displayed in the status area, it means there are additional settings. Press the Flash button to display them.) Exposure White Exposure metering Compensation balance Color mode

Focus Album zone *For Capture mode descriptions, see page 16. **For flash icons, see page 24. 8

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Inserting an SD/MMC Card Your camera has 16 MB of internal memory. However, optional SD/MMC cards provide removable, reusable storage for pictures and videos.

CAUTION: The card can only be inserted one way; forcing it may damage the camera or card. Do not insert or remove a card when the green ready light is blinking; doing so may damage your pictures, card, or camera. Notched corner

To insert an SD/MMC card: 1 Turn off the camera. 2 Open the card door. 3 Orient the card as shown on the card door. 4 Push the card into the slot to seat the connector. 5 Close the door.

To remove the card, push it in, then release it. When the card is partially ejected, pull it out. See page 108 for storage capacities. Purchase SD/MMC cards at a dealer of Kodak products or visit www.kodak.com/go/dx6440accessories.

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Choosing Internal Memory or SD/MMC Card The camera offers two options for storing pictures and videos: Internal Memory —Store pictures and videos in 16 MB internal memory. SD/MMC Card —Store pictures and videos on a card. The number/length of pictures/videos depends on the size of the card. Purchase accessories at a dealer of Kodak products or visit www.kodak.com/go/dx6440accessories. For storage capacities, see page 108.

Managing Your Storage Location Setting 1 Turn on the camera. 2 In any still or video mode, press the Menu button. 3 Press to highlight Image Storage , then press the OK button. 4 Press to highlight an option, then press the OK button: Auto (default)—the camera uses the card if one is in the camera. If not, the camera uses internal memory. Internal Memory—the camera always uses internal memory, even if a card is installed. 5 Highlight Continue, then press the OK button again. The setting remains until you change it and applies to all camera functions. 6 Press the Menu button to exit the menu.

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Checking Your Storage Setting In Still and Video modes, the storage location icon that appears in the status area indicates the camera’s storage location. To check the location, either: Storage location

! Turn the Mode dial from the Off position, or ! In any capture mode, press . —Memory Card —Internal Memory

Checking a Picture or Video’s Location In Review mode, the storage location icon that appears with a picture indicates the location of the picture or video. Picture/video location

Press the Review button. —Picture or video is stored on a card —Picture or video is stored in internal memory

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Important Battery Information Choose the replacement battery that fits your needs—and get the best performance.

Kodak Battery Replacement Types/Battery Life Your camera can use the following types of batteries. Actual battery life may vary based on usage. CRV3 lithium battery (included with camera)

365 - 455

AA (2) lithium batteries

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Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack* (per charge)

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AA (2) Ni-MH rechargeable batteries (per charge)

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Kodak Max digital camera batteries, AA (2)

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500 Battery Life (Approx. Number of Pictures)

* Included with the Kodak EasyShare camera dock 6000 and printer dock 6000

We do not recommend or support alkaline batteries. For acceptable battery life, and to make sure your camera operates dependably, use the replacement batteries listed above. For information on batteries, visit http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/batteries/batteryUsage.jhtml

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Extending Battery Life

! Battery life depends significantly on battery age, usage conditions, and type. Digital cameras are demanding on batteries. Not all batteries perform well under these challenging conditions. ! Limit the following activities that quickly deplete battery power: – Reviewing your pictures on the camera screen (see page 49) – Using Liveview (see page 20) – Using Quickview (see page 22 and page 44). – Excessive use of the flash ! Purchase an optional Kodak 3-volt AC adapter to power your camera (see page 111). ! Purchase an optional Kodak EasyShare camera dock 6000 (see page 75). The camera dock 6000 powers your camera, transfers pictures, and is also a battery charger for its included Kodak EasyShare Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack. ! Purchase an optional Kodak EasyShare printer dock 6000 (see page 74). The printer dock 6000 powers your camera, makes 4 x 6 prints with or without a computer, transfers pictures, and is also a battery charger for its included Kodak EasyShare Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack. ! Dirt on the battery contacts can affect battery life. Wipe the contacts with a clean, dry cloth before loading batteries in the camera. ! Battery performance is reduced at temperatures below 41° F (5° C). Carry spare batteries when using your camera in cold weather, and keep them warm. Do not discard cold batteries that do not work; when they return to room temperature, they may be usable.

Battery Safety and Handling

! Do not allow batteries to touch metal objects, including coins. Otherwise, a battery may short circuit, discharge energy, become hot, or leak.

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Taking Pictures

The camera is ready to take pictures when you turn it on—even if you are in Review, Share, or Setup. (In Video mode, the camera captures video.) Before you take a picture, make sure the storage location is set the way you want it (see page 10).

Take a Picture 1 Turn the Mode dial to the mode you want to

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use. See page 16 for a description of the picture-taking modes. The camera screen displays the mode name and description. To interrupt the description, press any button. 2 Use the viewfinder or camera screen to frame your subject. (Press the OK button to turn Liveview on. See page 20.)

3 Press the Shutter button half-way to set the exposure and focus.

4 When the ready light glows green, continue pressing the Shutter button completely down to take the picture. When the ready light blinks green, the picture is being saved; you can still take pictures. If the ready light is red, wait until it turns green. See Flash Settings In Each Mode, page 25. See Changing Optional Settings, page 28.

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Picture-Taking Modes For the best possible pictures, choose the mode that suits your conditions.

Use this mode Auto Sport

For: General picture-taking. Automatically sets exposure, focus, and flash. Subjects that are in motion. Shutter speed is fast.

Full-frame portraits of people. Allows the subject to be sharp and the background to be indistinct. For best results, fill the frame with a head-and-shoulders pose. Use the Telephoto (T) zoom button to exaggerate background blur. Night Night scenes or low-light conditions. For shutter speeds slower than 1/60 second, place the camera on a flat, steady surface or use a tripod. Due to slow shutter speeds, advise people to stay still for a few seconds after the flash fires. Landscape Distant subjects. Flash does not fire unless you turn it on. Auto focus framing marks (see page 21) are not available in Landscape. Close-up Close subjects 4-24 in. (10-60 cm) from the lens in Wide Angle; 9.8-33.5 in. (25-85 cm) in Telephoto. Use available light instead of flash if possible. Use the camera screen to frame the subject.

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Ultimate creative control. Choose from Program, Aperture priority, or Shutter priority. See page 17 and page 18 for a full discussion of PAS mode. Capture video with sound. See Taking Videos, page 43.

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Use PAS mode when you want ultimate creative control. PAS mode gives you quick access to Program, Aperture priority, and Shutter priority modes. See page 18 for directions on how to select the modes and settings in PAS mode.

Program Mode Use Program mode when you want to manually control exposure compensation (how much light enters the camera). The camera automatically sets the shutter speed and aperture (f-stop) based on the scene lighting.

Aperture Priority Mode Use Aperture priority mode when you want to manually control aperture and exposure compensation. The camera automatically sets the shutter speed for proper exposure. Aperture priority mode is primarily used to control depth of field (the range of sharpness). NOTE: The aperture setting may be affected when using optical zoom.

Shutter Priority Mode Use Shutter priority mode when you want to manually control the shutter speed and exposure compensation. The camera automatically sets the aperture for proper exposure. Shutter priority mode is primarily used to prevent blur when your subject is moving. Use a tripod for shutter speeds slower than 1/60". 17

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Selecting Modes and Settings in PAS Mode 1 Turn the Mode dial to PAS. delet OF F AUTO

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(highlighted in yellow). Move the joystick to change the setting: P— Program (default). You can set exposure compensation. A—Aperture priority. You can set aperture and exposure compensation. S—Shutter priority. You can set shutter speed and exposure compensation. To check current settings, press the Shutter button half way. If an option is marked with red, it is out of range and may cause unacceptable image/print quality. Adjust the setting up or down until it turns white.

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to select the option you wish to change. Then move the joystick to change the setting. See page 19 for option descriptions. In each PAS mode, you can change only the options that are highlighted in white. Unavailable options are grey. 4 Press the Menu button to change other settings. See this Chapter (2) for details. 18

Chapter 2 5 Take a picture as usual (page 15).

PAS Mode Screen Options Aperture—also referred to as f-number, controls the size of the lens opening, which determines the depth of field. Smaller aperture settings keep both foreground and background sharp, good for landscapes and well-lit conditions. Larger aperture settings make the subject sharp and background blurry, good for portraits and low-light conditions. The highest and lowest aperture settings may be affected when using optical zoom. Shutter speed—controls how long the shutter stays open. To prevent camera shake, use a tripod for shutter speeds slower than 1/60 second. Exposure compensation—controls how much light enters the camera, good for controlling backlit scenes. If the picture is too light, decrease the setting; if it’s too dark, increase the setting. See page 30 for setting exposure compensation in other modes.

Settings Apply Only in PAS Mode Settings you change while in PAS mode apply only to pictures taken while in PAS mode. For example, if you change the Color Mode to Sepia while in PAS mode, all other still modes (auto, sport, portrait, night, landscape, and close up) retain the default setting of Color. The settings, including Flash, remain active for PAS mode even when you change modes or turn off the camera. This is the place to set and keep your custom settings. IMPORTANT: Use Reset (page 38) to return PAS mode to the default settings.

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Liveview—Framing with the Camera Screen When you turn on Liveview, the camera screen displays a live image of what the lens sees. Use the camera screen to frame your subject. IMPORTANT: Liveview quickly depletes battery power; use it sparingly.

1 Turn the Mode dial to any On position. 2 Press the OK button to turn on Liveview. 3 Frame your subject in the camera screen.

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To use the auto focus framing marks, see page 21. 4 Press the Shutter button half-way and hold to set the exposure and focus, then press the rest of the way down to take the picture. Framing marks 5 To turn off Liveview, press the OK button.

NOTE: If Quality is set to Best (3:2), the Liveview image is displayed at a 3:2 aspect ratio, as shown, with a black bar at the top of the screen.

To change the Liveview setting so that it is on whenever the camera is on, see page 65.

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Using the Auto Focus Framing Marks In Liveview, the framing marks indicate the area of your scene that the camera is focusing on. For the best possible pictures, the camera attempts to focus on foreground subjects, even if the subjects are not centered in the scene. 1 Press the OK button to turn on Liveview. 2 Press the Shutter button half-way and hold. The framing marks are displayed. When they turn red, focus is accomplished. While the Shutter Button is Pressed Half-way: Center focus Center wide focus Side focus Center and side focus Framing marks

Left and right focus

3 Press the Shutter button the rest of the way down to take the picture. 4 If the camera is not focusing on the desired subject (or if the framing marks disappear), release your finger, recompose the scene, and repeat Steps 2 and 3. NOTE: Framing marks appear only when Liveview is on. Framing marks do not appear in Landscape mode. When you use the Focus Zone feature (page 37) and set Center Zone, the framing marks are fixed at Center wide.

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Quickview—Reviewing the Picture Just Taken After you take a picture, the camera screen displays a Quickview of that picture for approximately 5 seconds. While the picture is displayed, you can: Delete

! Review it: If you take no action, the picture is saved.

! Share it: Press the Share button to tag the

OK Share

picture for print, email, or as a Favorite (see page 59). ! Delete it: Press the Delete button while the picture and are displayed. Follow the prompts to delete the picture. NOTE: Only the final of a burst series of pictures (see page 27) is displayed during Quickview. If you select Delete, all pictures in the burst series are deleted. To delete selectively, do so in Review (see page 51). To save battery power, you can turn off the Quickview feature (see page 64).

Adjusting the Viewfinder Use the diopter dial to adjust the viewfinder for your eyesight. Adjusting the diopter has no effect on the camera auto focus. Viewfinder Diopter dial

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1 In a well-lit area, turn on the camera. 2 Look through the viewfinder and turn the

diopter dial until the scene you are framing is clear and focused.

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Using the Optical Zoom Use Optical Zoom to get up to 4X closer to your subject. Optical zoom is effective when the lens is no closer than 19.7 in. (50 cm) to the subject. When you turn on the camera, the lens extends to the Wide Angle position. Wide Angle Telephoto

1 Use the viewfinder or camera screen to frame your subject.

2 Press Telephoto (T) to zoom in. Press Wide

Angle (W) to zoom out. The lens extends or retracts. The viewfinder or camera screen displays the zoomed image. 3 Press the Shutter button half-way and hold to set the exposure and focus, then press the rest of the way down to take the picture. NOTE: The lens retracts when you turn off the camera.

Using the Advanced Digital Zoom Use Advanced Digital Zoom to get an additional 3.8X magnification beyond Optical Zoom; available settings are from 4.0X to 15X in 0.8 increments. You must turn Liveview on to activate Advanced Digital Zoom. IMPORTANT: You may notice a decrease in printed image quality when using Digital Zoom. 1 Press the OK button to turn on Liveview. 2 Press the Telephoto (T) button to the Optical Zoom limit. Release the button, then press it again. The camera screen displays the zoomed image and the magnification 6.4X. 3 Press the Shutter button half-way and hold to set the exposure and focus, then press the rest of the way down to take the picture. NOTE: You can change the way the digital zoom is turned on. See page 66. 23

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Using the Flash Use the flash when you take pictures at night, indoors, or outdoors in heavy shadows. Flash is effective between 1.6-16.7 ft (0.5-5.1 m) in Wide angle and between 2.5-8.5 ft (0.75-2.6 m) in Telephoto. The flash setting can be changed in any Still mode. The default flash setting is restored when you exit the mode or turn off the camera, except in PAS mode (see page 25).

Turning On the Flash Flash setting

Flash button

Press the button repeatedly to scroll through the flash options. The active flash icon is displayed in the camera screen status area (page 8). Auto* (default)—flash fires when the lighting conditions require it. Off—flash never fires.

Fill—flash fires every time you take a picture, regardless of the lighting conditions. Red-eye*—flash fires once so the subject’s eyes become accustomed to the flash, then fires again when the picture is taken. (If the lighting conditions require flash but do not require Red-eye reduction, the flash may fire only once.) * The flash may fire, even in bright outdoor conditions, if the background is brighter than your subject.

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Flash Settings In Each Mode For the best possible pictures, flash settings are pre-set for each picture taking mode. Icon

Capture Mode

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Portrait

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Night

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Available Flash Settings (press the Flash button to change) Auto, Flash Off, Fill Flash, Red-eye

To Return to the Default Flash Setting: Exit the mode or turn off the camera.

Landscape Off Long Time Off Exposure Close-up Off PAS

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Burst

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Reset manual options (page 38). Flash cannot be turned on.

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Putting Yourself in the Picture The Self Timer creates a 10-second delay between the time you press the Shutter button and the time the picture is taken. Self Timer button

Self Timer light

1 Place the camera on a flat surface or use a tripod.

2 In any Still mode, press the Self Timer

button. The Self Timer icon appears in the status area. 3 Compose the scene. Then press the Shutter button half-way and hold to set the exposure and focus, then press the rest of the way down. Move so that you are in the scene. The Self Timer light blinks slowly for 8 seconds (then quickly for 2 seconds) before the picture is taken. The camera "clicks" when the picture is captured. To turn off the shutter sound, see page 66. The Self Timer turns off after you take the picture or if you change modes. To cancel the Self Timer before the picture is taken, press the Self Timer button. (The Self Timer setting remains active.) To turn off the Self Timer, press the Self Timer button twice.

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Taking a Burst Series of Pictures Burst lets you to take up to 6 pictures in quick succession (approximately 3 frames per second). Burst is ideal for capturing sporting events or objects in motion. Flash and Self Timer are disabled when you use Burst.

Turn On Burst Burst button

Burst Icon

In any Still mode, press the Self Timer/Burst button twice. The Burst icon appears in the status area. NOTE: The setting remains until you change it or turn off the camera.

Take the Pictures 1 Press the Shutter button half-way and hold to set the auto-focus and exposure for all the pictures in the sequence.

2 Press the Shutter button the rest of the way down and hold it to take

the pictures. The camera takes up to 6 pictures in quick succession. It stops taking pictures when the Shutter button is released, when 6 pictures are taken, or when there is no more storage space. Exposure, focus, white balance, and orientation are set for the first picture and applied to all 6 pictures.

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Changing Optional Settings Press the Menu button to access optional picture-taking settings. All menu options are not available in all modes. Mode dial Turn for picture taking modes

Menu Options Available Image Storage (page 10) Exposure Comp. (page 30) Picture Quality (page 31) Color Mode (page 32) White Balance (page 33)

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Picture Taking Modes Video Auto Landscape Close-up PAS Sport Portrait Night

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Menu Options Available

Picture Taking Modes Video Auto Landscape Close-up PAS Sport Portrait Night

ISO Speed (page 34) Long Time Exp. (page 35) Exp. Metering (page 36) Focus Zone (page 37) Reset (page 38)

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Set Album (page 39) Date Stamp (page 40) Orientation Sensor (page 41) Setup (page 63) * Long Time Exposure for PAS is available as shutter speed in S (Shutter priority) mode only.

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Setting Exposure Compensation Use Exposure Compensation to control how much light enters the camera. This setting is useful for taking pictures in high-contrast scenes, or for retaking pictures when you are not satisfied with the brightness. Adjust the exposure by plus or minus 2 steps in 1/2-step increments. NOTE: Exposure Compensation cannot be used with Long Time Exposure. You can use PAS mode to quick-set Exposure Compensation (see page 17). 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Exposure Compensation , then press the OK button.

3 Press

to select the Exposure Compensation setting. ! If pictures are too light, decrease the value. ! If pictures are too dark, increase the value. 4 Press the OK button to accept the change. 5 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. 6 Use the camera screen to frame your subject. Press the Shutter button half-way and hold to set the focus, then press the rest of the way down to take the picture. This setting remains until you change the Mode dial or turn off the camera; or, if it was set in PAS mode, until you use Reset (page 38) to return to the default setting.

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Setting Picture Quality Use the Quality setting to select a picture resolution. 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button.

2 Press

to highlight Quality , then press the OK button. 3 Highlight an option: Best (4.0 MP)—for printing up to 20 x 30 in.(51 x 76 cm); pictures are highest resolution and largest file size. appears in the status area. Best (3:2) (3.5 MP)—for printing up to 11 x 14 in.(28 x 36 cm); also ideal for printing to the Kodak EasyShare printer dock 6000 and other printing solutions (see page 74). appears in the status area. Better (2.1 MP)—for printing up to 8 x 10 in. (20 x 25 cm); pictures are medium resolution with smaller file size. appears in the status area. Good (1.1 MP)—for emailing, Internet, or screen display; pictures are lowest resolution and smallest file size. appears in the status area.

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Setting Color Mode Use Color Mode to control color tones and moods. 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Color Mode , then press the OK button.

3 Press

to highlight an option, then press the OK button. Color (default)—for color pictures. Black & White—for black and white pictures. Sepia—for pictures with a reddish-brown, antique look. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change the Mode dial or turn off the camera; or, if it was set while in PAS mode, until you use Reset (page 38) to return to the default setting.

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Setting White Balance Whites can look white in daylight, but different under other lighting conditions. Use White Balance to correct the color shifts that result from shooting pictures under different light sources. NOTE: White Balance is available in Landscape, Close-up, and PAS modes. 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight White Balance , then press the OK button.

3 Press

to highlight an option, then press the OK button. Auto (default)— automatically corrects white balance. Ideal for general picture taking. Daylight—for pictures in natural lighting. Tungsten—corrects the orange cast of household incandescent (tungsten) or halogen light bulbs. Ideal for indoor pictures without flash. Fluorescent—corrects the green cast of fluorescent lighting. Ideal for indoor pictures under fluorescent lighting without flash. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change the Mode dial or turn off the camera; or, if it was set while in PAS mode, until you use Reset (page 38) to return to the default setting.

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Setting ISO Speed The ISO setting controls the camera’s sensitivity to light. Use a lower ISO setting in brightly lit scenes; use a higher ISO setting for low-light scenes. NOTE: ISO settings are available in Landscape, Close-up, and PAS modes. Higher ISO speeds may create a picture that is “noisier” than a picture taken at lower ISO speeds. 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight ISO Speed , then press the OK button.

3 Press

to highlight an option, then press the OK button. AUTO (default)—sets an ISO speed (100-200) based on scene brightness. Ideal for general picture taking. ISO 100—for daylight pictures in bright sun, when fine detail is needed. Ideal for portraits or nature scenes. ISO 200—for cloudy, overcast days. Ideal when you need extra speed without sacrificing image quality. ISO 400—for dusk or night pictures when flash is prohibited. Ideal for sporting events and excellent for indoor shots with or without flash. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change the Mode dial or turn off the camera; or, if it was set while in PAS mode, until you use Reset (page 38) to return to the default setting.

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Setting Long Time Exposure In Landscape mode, use Long Time Exposure to control how long the shutter stays open and to portray a sense of motion. Settings range from 0.7 to 4 seconds. NOTE: Long Time Exposure cannot be used with Exposure Compensation or manual ISO speed setting. When using Long Time Exposure, ISO speed is set to Auto with an automatic value of 100. You can also use PAS mode to set the shutter speed (see page 17).

Set Long Time Exposure 1 Turn the Mode dial to Landscape . 2 Press the Menu button. 3 Press to highlight Long Time Exposure

, then press the OK button.

4 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 5 Press to select an option, then press the OK button.

6 Press the Menu button to exit the menu.

Take the Picture 1 Place the camera on a flat surface or use a tripod. 2 Use the camera screen to frame your subject. Press the Shutter button

half-way and hold to set the focus. Press the rest of the way down to take the picture. This setting remains until you change the Mode dial or turn off the camera.

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Setting Exposure Metering Your camera uses matrix metering to set exposure values; it evaluates light levels in multiple locations within the scene to provide the best exposure for the main subject. Use Exposure Metering to target specific areas of a scene for evaluation. NOTE: Exposure Metering is available in Landscape, Close-up, and PAS modes. 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Exposure Metering , then press the OK button.

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to highlight an option, then press the OK button. Multi-pattern (default)—evaluates lighting conditions throughout the image to give an optimum picture exposure. Ideal for general picture taking. Center-weight—evaluates the lighting conditions of the subject centered in the viewfinder. Ideal for backlit subjects. Center-spot—similar to Center-weighted, except the metering is concentrated on a smaller area of the subject centered in the viewfinder. Ideal when you need an exact exposure of a specific area in the picture. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change the Mode dial or turn off the camera; or, if it was set while in PAS mode, until you use Reset (page 38) to return to the default setting. 36

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Setting Focus Zone If you do not get the composition and focus results you want by using framing marks (page 21), use the Focus Zone feature to select a large or a concentrated area of focus. NOTE: Focus Zone is available in Close-up and PAS modes. 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Focus Zone , then press the OK button.

3 Press

to highlight an option, then press the OK button. Multi-zone (default)— evaluates 3 zones to give an even picture focus. Ideal for general picture taking. Center zone—evaluates the small area centered in the viewfinder. Ideal when precise focus of a specific area in the picture is needed. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change the Mode dial or turn off the camera; or, if it was set while in PAS mode, until you use Reset (page 38) to return to the default setting.

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Resetting PAS Settings to Defaults Reset is available in PAS mode only; it returns all settings to the original factory defaults. Reset does not change settings for any mode except PAS. See page 28 for a list of the settings. 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Move the joystick to highlight Reset , then press the OK button.

3 Move the joystick

to highlight an option, then press the OK button. Continue—resets all PAS (manual) settings and returns you to the Menu screen. Cancel (default)—returns you to the Menu screen without changing your manual settings. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. See page 106 for a list of the original factory settings.

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Pre-tagging for Album Names Use the Set Album (Still) feature to pre-select album names before you take pictures. Then, all the pictures you take are tagged with those album names.

First—On Your Computer Use Kodak EasyShare software, V 3.0 or higher, to create album names on your computer, then copy up to 32 album names to the camera’s internal memory. See Kodak EasyShare software Help for details.

Second—On Your Camera 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Highlight Set Album , then press the OK button.

3 Press

to highlight an album name, then press the OK button. Repeat to add pictures to more than one album. Selected albums are noted with a check mark. 4 To remove a selection, highlight an album name and press the OK button. To remove all album selections, select Clear All.

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Third—Transfer to Your Computer When you transfer the tagged pictures to your computer, the Kodak EasyShare software opens and categorizes your pictures in the appropriate album folder. See the Kodak EasyShare software Help for details.

Placing the Date on Pictures Use the Date Stamp setting to imprint the date on your pictures. 1 Make sure the camera clock is set to the correct date (page 6). 2 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 3 Press to highlight Date Stamp , then press the OK button.

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to highlight an option, then press the OK button. 5 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. The current date is printed in the bottom right corner of new pictures. This setting remains until you change it.

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Setting the Orientation Sensor If you rotate the camera to take a picture (for example, a portrait shot), the Orientation Sensor reorients the picture so that it is displayed correct side up. The Orientation Sensor is turned on as the default. You can turn it off so that pictures are displayed in their original orientation. NOTE: When your subject is above or below you (such as pictures of an object in the sky, on the ground, or when pointing down at small objects on a table), turn off the Orientation Sensor so that pictures are not rotated unnecessarily. 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Orientation Sensor , then press the OK button.

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to highlight On or Off, then press the OK button. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change it.

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Use Video mode to take videos or to customize video-taking settings. Before you take a video, make sure your picture storage location is set the way you want it (see page 10). NOTE: Flash is not available in Video mode. You can set Optical Zoom before, but not during, video recording.

Taking a Video 1 Turn the Mode dial to Video

. A live image, camera status, and the recording time available appear on the camera screen. 2 Use the viewfinder or camera screen to frame your subject. 3 To begin recording, press the Shutter button completely down and release within 2 seconds. The Ready light blinks green, REC appears Self Timer/ Video light on the camera screen, and the Self Timer/Video light stays on while recording. 4 To stop recording, press the Shutter button again. Recording also stops if the storage location is full. See page 108 for video storage capacities. NOTE: If you prefer, press the Shutter button completely down and hold it for more than 2 seconds to begin recording. To stop recording, release the Shutter button. Ready light

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Quickview—Reviewing the Video Just Taken After you take a video, the camera screen displays the first frame of the video for approximately 5 seconds. While the frame is displayed, you can:

! Play it: Press the OK button. Press to adjust the volume. Press OK again to pause the video. ! Share it: Press the Share button to tag the video for email or as a Favorite (see page 59). ! Delete it: Press the Delete button while the video and are displayed. OK

You can turn off the Quickview feature (see page 64). When Quickview is turned off, the video is not displayed on the camera screen after you take it.

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Using the Optical Zoom Use Optical Zoom to get up to 4X closer to your subject. When you turn on the camera, the lens is set to the Wide Angle position. NOTE: You can change Optical Zoom before (but not during) video recording. Wide Angle Telephoto

1 Use the viewfinder or camera screen to frame your subject.

2 Press Telephoto (T) to zoom in. Press Wide Angle (W) to zoom out. The lens extends or retracts. The viewfinder or camera screen displays the zoomed image. 3 Press the Shutter button to take the video.

Changing Optional Video Settings In Video mode, press the Menu button to access optional video-taking settings. Image Storage (page 10) Album (page 46) Setup Menu (page 63)

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Pre-tagging for Album Names Use the Set Album (Video) feature to pre-select album names before you take videos. Then, all the videos you take are tagged with those album names.

First—On Your Computer Use Kodak EasyShare software, V 3.0 or higher, to create album names on your computer, then copy up to 32 album names to the camera’s internal memory. See Kodak EasyShare software Help for details.

Second—On Your Camera 1 In Video mode, press the Menu button. 2 Highlight Set Album , then press the OK button.

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to highlight an album name, then press the OK button. Repeat to add videos to more than one album. Selected albums are noted with a check mark. 4 To remove a selection, highlight an album name and press the OK button. To remove all album selections, select Clear All. 5 Highlight Exit, then press the OK button. Your selections are saved. If you turn on Liveview, your album selection is displayed on the screen. A plus (+) after the album name means more than one album is selected. 6 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change it.

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Putting Yourself in the Video The Self Timer creates a 10-second delay between the time you press the Shutter button and the time video recording begins. Self Timer button

1 Place the camera on a flat surface or use a tripod.

2 Turn the Mode dial to Video

, then press the Self Timer button. 3 Press to highlight a Video Length option, then press the OK button: Unlimited—records until you stop recording or until storage is full. Seconds—records for the specified time or until storage is full. NOTE: If the current storage location does not have adequate space, some video length options are not displayed. (See page 108 for video storage capacities.) Self Timer/ Video light

4 Compose the scene, then press the Shutter

button completely down. Move so that you are in the scene. The Self Timer/Video light blinks slowly for 8 seconds, then quickly for 2 seconds before the video begins recording. It then stays on while recording. To cancel the Self Timer before the video is taken, press the Self Timer button. (The Self Timer setting remains active.) To turn off the Self Timer, press the Self Timer button twice. 47

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Press the Review button to view and work with your pictures and videos. To save battery power, place your camera in the optional Kodak EasyShare camera dock 6000 to review pictures and videos (see page 82). Remember, press the Shutter button to take a picture anytime—even in Review.

Viewing Single Pictures and Videos 1 Press the Review button. The camera screen displays the last picture or video taken. Review

The icons displayed with each picture indicate the applied features. See Camera Screen Icons, page 8.

2 Press

to scroll backward or forward through pictures and videos. For fast scrolling, press and hold . 3 Press the Review button to exit Review.

NOTE: Pictures taken at the Best (3:2) quality setting are displayed at a 3:2 aspect ratio, as shown, with a black bar at the top of the screen.

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Viewing Multiple Pictures and Videos 1 Press the Review button. 2 Press .

Review

NOTE: You can also press the Menu button, highlight , then press the OK button. Thumbnails of nine pictures and videos are displayed at once.

3 Press 4 Press

to display the previous or next row of thumbnails. to scroll through the thumbnails one at a time. The selected picture is highlighted in yellow. 5 Press the OK button to display a single view of the selected picture.

Playing a Video 1 Press the Review button. 2 Press to locate a video (or highlight one in multiple view).

3 To play or pause a video, press the OK

button. NOTE: You can also press the Menu button, highlight , then press the OK button. 4 To adjust the volume, press during playback. 5 To rewind a video, press during playback. To replay the video, press the OK button. 6 To go to the previous or next picture or video, press .

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Deleting Pictures and Videos 1 Press the Review button. 2 Press to locate a picture or video (or highlight one in multiple view), then press the Delete button.

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to highlight an option, then press the OK button: PICTURE or VIDEO—deletes the displayed picture or video. EXIT—exits the Delete screen. ALL—deletes all pictures and videos from your current storage location.

4 To delete other pictures and videos, press . 5 To exit delete, highlight EXIT then press the OK button; or just press the

Delete button again. NOTE: You cannot delete protected pictures and videos in this manner. Remove protection before deleting (page 53).

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Changing Optional Review Settings In Review mode, press the Menu button to access optional review settings. Magnify (pictures)(page 52) Play (videos) (page 50) Share (page 59) Image Storage (page 10) Protect (page 53)

Copy (page 57) Video Date Display (page 58) Multi-up (page 50) Picture/Video Information (page 58) Setup Menu (page 63)

Album (page 54) Slide Show (page 55)

Magnifying Pictures 1 Press the Review button, then locate a picture. 2 To magnify at 2X, press the OK button. To

OK

magnify at 4X, press the OK button again. NOTE: You can also press the Menu button, highlight , then press the OK button. The picture is magnified and the magnification value is displayed. The captured picture is not changed.

3 Press to see different parts of the picture. 4 Press the OK button to redisplay the picture at the 1X (original) size. 5 Press to locate a different picture, or press the Review button to exit Review mode.

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Protecting Pictures and Videos From Deletion 1 Press the Review button, then locate the picture or video to protect. 2 Press the Menu button. 3 Press to highlight Protect , then Protect icon

press the OK button. The picture or video is protected and cannot be deleted. The Protect icon appears with the protected picture or video. 4 To remove protection, press the OK button again. 5 Press the Menu button to exit the menu.

CAUTION: Formatting internal memory or SD/MMC card deletes protected pictures and videos.

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Tagging Pictures/Videos for Albums Use the Album feature in Review mode to tag the pictures and videos in your camera with album names.

First—On Your Computer Use Kodak EasyShare software, V 3.0 or higher, to create album names on your computer, then copy up to 32 album names to the camera’s internal memory. See Kodak EasyShare software Help for details.

Second—On Your Camera 1 Press the Review button. 2 Locate a picture, then press the Menu button.

3 Highlight Album , then press OK. 4 Press to highlight an album folder, then press OK.

To add other pictures to the same album, press to scroll through the pictures. When the picture you want is displayed, press OK. To add the pictures to more than one album, repeat step 4 for each album. The album name appears with the picture. A plus (+) after the album name means the picture was added to more than one album. 5 To remove a selection, highlight an album name and press the OK button. To remove all album selections, select Clear All. 6 Highlight Exit, then press the OK button. Your selections are saved. 7 Press the Menu button to return to Review mode.

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Running a Slide Show Use the Slide Show to display your pictures and videos on the camera screen. To run a slide show on a television or on any external device, see page 56. To save battery power, use an optional Kodak AC adapter, 3-volt (see page 111).

Starting the Slide Show 1 Press the Review button, then press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Slide Show , then press the OK button. 3 Press to highlight Begin Show, then

press the OK button. Each picture and video is displayed once, in the order in which you took them. Then the camera returns to the Menu screen. 4 To cancel the Slide Show, press the OK button.

Changing the Slide Show Display Interval The default interval setting displays each picture for 5 seconds. You can increase the display interval to up to 60 seconds.

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Running a Continuous Slide Show Loop When you turn on Loop, the slide show is continuously repeated.

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to highlight Loop, then press the OK button. 2 Press to highlight On, then press the OK button. When you start a slide show, it repeats until you cancel it by pressing the OK button or until battery power is exhausted. The Loop setting remains until you change it.

Displaying Pictures/Videos on a Television You can display pictures and videos on a television, computer monitor, or any device equipped with a video input. (Image quality on a television screen may not be as good as on a computer monitor or when printed.) NOTE: Make sure the Video Out setting (NTSC or PAL) is correct (page 67). Audio/video cable

1 Connect the audio/video cable (included)

from the camera video-out port to the television video-in port (yellow) and audio-in port (white). Refer to your television user’s guide for details. The camera screen turns off; the television screen acts as the camera display. 2 Review pictures and videos on the television screen. NOTE: The slide show stops if you connect or disconnect the cable while the slide show is running. 56

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Copying Pictures and Videos You can copy pictures and videos from a card to internal memory or from internal memory to a card. Before you copy, make sure that: ! A card is inserted in the camera. ! The camera’s picture storage location is set to the location from which you are copying. See Choosing Internal Memory or SD/MMC Card, page 10. Copy pictures or videos: 1 Press the Review button, then press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Copy , then press the OK button.

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to highlight an option: PICTURE or VIDEO—copies the current picture or video. EXIT—returns to the Review menu. ALL—copies all pictures and videos from your selected storage location to the other location.

4 Press the OK button. A progress bar monitors the copy process until complete. (For information on picture numbering, see page 109.) NOTE: ! Pictures and videos are copied, not moved. To remove pictures and videos from the original location after they are copied, delete them (see page 51). ! Tags that you applied for print, email, and Favorites are not copied. Protection settings are not copied. To apply protection to a picture or video, see page 53.

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Displaying Video Date To display the capture date and time (only during video playback on the camera): 1 Press the Review button, then press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Video Date Display , then press the OK button.

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to highlight an option, then press the OK button. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. The capture date and time appear during video playback on the camera. This setting remains until you change it.

Viewing Picture/Video Information 1 Press the Review button, then press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Picture or Video

Info, then press the OK button. Information about the picture or video is displayed. 3 To view information on the next or previous picture or video, press . Press the Menu button to exit the menu.

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The Share button lets you “tag” your pictures and videos. When they are transferred to your computer, you can share: Tagged Pictures ! By print ! By email ! As Favorites, for easy organization on your computer

Tagged Videos ! By email ! As Favorites

Print (page 60) Email (page 61) Favorite (page 62)

When Can I Tag My Pictures and Videos? Press the Share button to tag pictures and videos: ! Any time (the last picture taken and the Share menu are displayed). ! Just after you take them, during Quickview (see page 22 and page 44). ! After pressing the Review button (see page 49). NOTE: Tags remain until removed. If a tagged picture or video is copied, the tag is not copied. In a burst series, only the last picture is tagged during Quickview.

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Tagging Pictures for Printing 1 Press the Share button. Press

OK,

Share

to locate a picture. 2 Highlight Print , then press the OK button.* 3 Press to select the number of copies (0-99). Zero removes the tag for that picture. The Print icon appears in the status area. The default quantity is one. (To change the default, see page 64.)

4 Optional: You can apply a print quantity to other pictures. Press

to locate a picture. Keep the print quantity as is, or press to change it. Repeat this step until the desired print quantity is applied to the pictures. 5 Press the OK button. Then press the Share button to exit the menu. * To tag all pictures in the storage location, highlight Print All , press the OK button, then indicate the number of copies as described above. Print All is not available in Quickview. To remove the print tagging for all pictures in the storage location, highlight Cancel Prints, then press the OK button. Cancel Prints is not available in Quickview.

Printing Tagged Pictures When you transfer the tagged pictures to your computer, the Kodak EasyShare software print screen opens. For details on printing, click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software. For more information on printing from your computer or card, see page 74.

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Tagging Pictures and Videos for Emailing First—On Your Computer Use Kodak EasyShare software to create an email address book on your computer. Then, copy up to 32 email addresses to the camera’s internal memory.

Second—Tag On Your Camera 1 Press the Share button. Press

to locate a picture. 2 Highlight Email , then press the OK button. 3 Press to highlight an email address, then press the OK button. To tag other pictures with the same address, press to scroll through the pictures. When the picture you want is displayed, press OK. To send the pictures to more than one address, repeat step 3 for each address. Selected addresses are checked. 4 To remove a selection, highlight a checked address and press the OK button. To remove all email selections, highlight Clear All. 5 Press to highlight Exit, then press the OK button. Your selections are saved. The email icon appears in the status area. 6 Press the Share button to exit the menu.

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Tagging Pictures and Videos as Favorites 1 Press the Share button. Press

to locate a picture. 2 Press to highlight Favorite , then press the OK button. The Favorite icon appears in the status area. 3 To remove the tag, press the OK button again. 4 Press the Share button to exit the menu.

Using Favorites On Your Computer When you transfer Favorite pictures and videos to your computer, you can use Kodak EasyShare software to retrieve, organize, and label them by subject, date, event, or any category you choose. For details, click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software.

Need Help? Click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software for details on creating address books, and printing, emailing, and organizing tagged pictures on your computer.

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Use Setup to customize camera settings according to your preferences.

To Access Setup Mode/Menus 1 In any mode (including Review), press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Setup , then press the OK button.

Setup Menus Return to previous menu

Date & Time Set (page 6)

Default Print Quantity (page 64) Quickview (page 64)

Video Out (page 67)

Liveview (page 65)

Format (page 68)

Advanced Digital Zoom (page 66) Shutter Sound (page 66)

About (page 68)

Language (page 67)

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Changing the Default Print Quantity The Default Print Quantity setting determines the value that is displayed on the Share Print screen (page 60). The default value is 1. 1 Press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Setup , then press the OK button.

3 Press

to highlight Default Print Quantity , then press the OK button. 4 Press to select the new default quantity, then press the OK button. 5 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change it.

Turning Off Quickview After you take a picture or video, Quickview displays it on the camera screen for approximately 5 seconds (see page 22 and page 44). To save battery power, turn off Quickview. 1 Press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Setup , then press the OK button. 3 Press to highlight Quickview , then press the OK button.

4 Press

to highlight Off, then press the OK button. 5 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. The picture is not displayed on the camera screen after you take it. To see the picture or video, press the Review button. This setting remains until you change it.

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Turning On Liveview in Still Modes The Liveview feature lets you use the camera screen as a viewfinder (see page 20). The default setting is Liveview Off. You must press the OK button to turn it on. IMPORTANT: Liveview quickly depletes battery power; use it sparingly. To change the Liveview default to On: 1 Press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Setup , then press the OK button. 3 Press to highlight Liveview , then press the OK button.

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to highlight On, then press the OK button. Liveview is now On by default. The camera screen is on whenever the camera is on (in Still or Video mode). You can still press the OK button to turn Liveview off and on. 5 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change it.

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Changing Advanced Digital Zoom 1 Press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Setup , then press the OK button. 3 Press to highlight Advanced Digital Zoom

, then press the OK button. to highlight an option: Continuous—digital zoom automatically turns on after the Telephoto button is pressed to the optical zoom limit and held. Pause (default)—digital zoom turns on after the Telephoto button is pressed to the optical zoom limit, released, then is pressed again. None—disables digital zoom. 5 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. NOTE: Advanced Digital Zoom cannot be activated unless Liveview is on.

4 Press

Turning Off the Shutter Sound 1 Press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Setup , then press the OK button. 3 Press to highlight Shutter Sound , then press the OK button. 4 Press to highlight Off, then press the OK button. No sound plays when a picture is taken. 5 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change it.

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Setting Video Out Video Out is a regional setting that lets you successfully connect to a television or other external device (see page 56). 1 Press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Setup , then press the OK button. 3 Press to highlight Video Out , then press the OK button.

4 Press

to highlight an option: NTSC (default)—used in most countries except those in Europe and China. North America and Japan use NTSC. PAL—used in Europe and China. 5 Press the OK button to accept the change. 6 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change it.

Selecting a Language You can display menus and screen messages in different languages. 1 Press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Setup , then press the OK button. 3 Press to highlight Language , then press the OK button.

4 Highlight an option, then press the OK button.

5 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. Text is displayed in the selected language. This setting remains until you change it.

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Formatting Internal Memory or SD/MMC Card CAUTION: Formatting erases all pictures and videos, including those that are protected. Removing a card during formatting may damage the card. 1 Press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Setup , then press the OK button. 3 Press to highlight Format , then press the OK button.

4 Press

to highlight an option: MEMORY CARD—deletes everything on the card; formats the card. CANCEL—exits without making a change. INTERNAL MEMORY—deletes everything in internal memory including email addresses and album names; formats the internal memory.

5 Press the OK button. 6 Highlight Continue Format, then press the OK button. When the formatting is complete, the Setup menu appears.

Viewing Camera Information 1 Press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Setup 3 Press to highlight About

, then press the OK button. , then press the OK button. The camera model and the current firmware version appear. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. 68

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This product was designed and manufactured to existing industry standards as of this product’s release date. Future hardware and operating systems may or may not support this Kodak product. Please contact your hardware or operating system manufacturer or retailer if you encounter compatibility problems between this product and future hardware products or operating systems. NOTE: To install software on computers running Windows 2000, Windows XP Pro operating systems, or Mac OS X, you need administrator privileges. See your computer user’s guide.

Windows OS-based System Requirements ! Personal computer running Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000, or XP operating systems

! 233 MHz processor or greater (300 MHz recommended for Windows 2000 and XP operating systems)

! 64 MB of available RAM (128 MB recommended) ! 100 MB of available hard disk space ! CD-ROM drive ! Built-in USB port ! Color monitor with a minimum resolution of 800 x 600 pixels; High Color (16-bit) or True Color (24-bit) recommended

! Internet access for online printing and emailing

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Mac OS X System Requirements ! Macintosh computer with a G3 or G4 processor ! Mac OS 10.1.2, minimum ! 128 MB of available RAM ! 200 MB of available hard disk space ! CD-ROM drive ! Built-in USB port ! Color monitor with a minimum resolution of 800 x 600 pixels; thousands or millions of colors recommended

! Internet access for online printing and emailing

Mac OS 8.6 and 9.x System Requirements ! PowerPC-based Macintosh computer ! Mac OS 8.6 or 9.x ! 64 MB of available RAM ! 200 MB of available hard disk space ! CD-ROM drive ! Built-in USB port ! Color monitor with a minimum resolution of 800 x 600 pixels; thousands or millions of colors recommended

! Internet access for online printing and emailing NOTE: Mac OS 8.6 and 9.x do not support the Share button functions. Mac OS X is recommended for full functionality.

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Install the Software For information on the software applications included on the Kodak EasyShare software CD, click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software. NOTE: Computers with Windows 2000, Windows XP Pro, or Mac OS X operating systems need administrator privileges to install the software. See your computer user’s guide.

CAUTION: Install the software from the Kodak EasyShare software CD before connecting the camera or optional camera dock to the computer. Failure to do so may cause the software to load incorrectly.

1 Before you begin, close all software

applications that are open on your computer (including anti-virus software). 2 Place the Kodak EasyShare software CD into the CD-ROM drive. 3 Load the software: Windows OS-based computer—if the install window does not appear, choose Run from the Start menu and type d:\setup.exe where d is the drive letter that contains the CD. Mac OS 8.6 or 9.x—on the install window, click Continue. Mac OS X—double-click the CD icon on the desktop, then click the Install icon. 71

Chapter 7 4 Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software. ! Windows OS-based computers—select Complete to automatically install all applications. Select Custom to choose the applications you wish to install. ! Mac OS 8.6 or 9.x—select Easy to automatically install the most commonly used applications. ! Mac OS X—follow the on-screen instructions. NOTE: When prompted, take a few minutes to electronically register your camera and software. This lets you receive information regarding software updates and registers some of the products included with the camera. You must be connected to your Internet service provider to register electronically. To register later, visit www.kodak.com/go/register. 5 If prompted, restart the computer. If you turned off anti-virus software, turn it back on. See the anti-virus software manual for details.

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Connecting Camera to Computer CAUTION:

Install Kodak EasyShare software before connecting the camera or optional dock to the computer. Failure to do so may cause the software to load incorrectly. You can transfer pictures and videos from the camera to the computer using: ! The (included) USB cable. ! The (optional) Kodak EasyShare camera dock 6000. See page 77 for connecting with the camera dock. ! The (optional) Kodak EasyShare printer dock 6000. Purchase these and other accessories at a dealer of Kodak products or visit www.kodak.com/go/dx6440accessories.

Transferring Pictures With the USB Cable 1 Turn off the camera. 2 Plug the labeled end of the USB cable

into the labeled USB port on your computer. See your computer user’s guide for details. 3 Plug the other end of the USB cable into the labeled USB port on the camera. 4 Turn on the camera. Kodak EasyShare software opens on your computer. The software prompts you through the transfer process.

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Chapter 8 NOTE: Visit www.kodak.com/go/howto for an online tutorial on connecting. You can also use a Kodak multi-card reader or Kodak SD multimedia card reader-writer to transfer your pictures.

Printing Pictures from Your Computer For details on printing pictures from your computer, click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software.

Ordering Prints Online Kodak EasyShare print service (provided by Ofoto www.ofoto.com) is one of the many online print services offered in the Kodak EasyShare software. You can easily: ! Upload your pictures. ! Edit, enhance, and add borders to your pictures. ! Store pictures, and share them with family and friends. ! Order high-quality prints, photo greeting cards, frames, and albums—and have them delivered to your door.

Printing From an Optional SD/MMC Card ! Automatically print tagged pictures when you insert your card into a printer with an SD/MMC slot. See your printer user’s guide for details.

! Make prints at an SD/MMC-capable Kodak picture maker. (Visit www.kodak.com/go/picturemaker.)

! Take the card to your local photo retailer for professional printing.

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The Kodak EasyShare camera dock 6000: ! Makes it easy to transfer pictures and videos to the computer. ! Charges the included Kodak EasyShare Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack. (Install the battery pack in the camera for charging.) ! Supplies power to the camera. You can purchase a camera dock at a dealer of Kodak products or visit www.kodak.com/go/dx6440accessories.

Camera Dock 6000 Package Contents 1 Camera dock 6000 (with universal insert installed)

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2 AC power adapter, 5-volt 3 1

Your AC adapter may differ from the one pictured. 3 Kodak EasyShare Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack 4 Quick Start Guide (not shown)

CAUTION: Do not use the AC power adapter, 5-volt to power your camera without the dock. It is not compatible with your camera alone.

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Installing the Custom Camera Insert A universal insert is pre-installed in the camera dock. It allows all Kodak EasyShare CX/DX6000 series and LS600 series cameras to use the camera dock. A custom insert is included with your camera. It provides a perfect fit for your Kodak EasyShare DX6340 zoom digital camera.

Remove the Universal Insert 1 Place your thumbs against the front of the universal insert. Press in and lift.

2 Lift the side edge of the insert, then remove the insert from the dock.

3 Save the universal insert as a spare.

Install the Custom Insert Cutout

1 Position the custom insert so the cutout

lines up with the camera dock connector.

2 Fit the insert into the groove in the dock. Snap it into place.

Connector

NOTE: To order a custom insert for your camera, visit www.kodak.com/go/dx6440accessories.

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Connecting the Camera Dock 6000 After the Kodak EasyShare software is loaded (see page 71), connect the camera dock to your computer and to a power outlet. You need: ! The USB cable included with your camera ! The AC adapter, 5-volt included with the camera dock IMPORTANT: Make sure your camera is NOT in the camera dock when you are connecting to power and the computer.

1 Plug the labeled

end of the USB cable into the labeled USB port on your computer. See your computer user’s guide for details. 2 Plug the other end of the USB cable into the square USB connector on the back of the camera dock. 3 Plug the AC adapter into the round power connector on the back of the camera dock and into a power outlet. Your AC adapter may differ from the one pictured or may have additional plugs. Use the plug that accommodates your type of power outlet. IMPORTANT: Use only the AC adapter, 5-volt included with the camera dock 6000. Other adapters may cause damage to your camera, camera dock, or AC adapter. Leave the camera dock connected so it’s always ready to transfer pictures and videos.

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Installing the Rechargeable Battery You received a non-rechargeable CRV3 starter battery with your camera. To take full advantage of your camera dock 6000, replace the CRV3 battery with the Kodak EasyShare Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack that is packaged with the camera dock.

1 Open the battery door on the bottom of the camera.

2 Install the Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack

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as illustrated.

CAUTION: The battery pack can only be inserted into the camera in the orientation shown. If the battery pack does not easily install, reposition it and try again. DO NOT FORCE IT. Doing so can damage your camera. 3 Close the battery door. IMPORTANT: The battery pack is not charged when you receive it. See page 80 for charging instructions.

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Docking the Camera To charge the battery or to transfer pictures and videos from the camera to the computer:

1 Flip down the camera dock foot.

Alignment Pins

The camera dock now sits at the proper angle for viewing the camera screen. 2 Turn off the camera. Foot Connector

3 Match the connector and alignment pins on the camera dock to the camera. Push down until the camera is securely seated. The Transfer light glows green when the camera is seated.

If a rechargeable battery is in the camera, the first battery charging light glows green. Transfer light

Charging lights

The camera is now powered by the camera dock instead of the camera batteries.

NOTE: If the Kodak EasyShare Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack requires charging, charging begins (see page 80).

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Charging the Battery 1 Make sure the Kodak EasyShare Ni-MH

rechargeable battery pack is installed in the camera (see page 78). 2 Turn off the camera and place it in the Charging camera dock (see page 79). lights If the battery requires charging, charging begins after a brief battery check.

! Full charging takes about 2.5 hours. ! Charging stops if you turn on the camera. If the camera is left in the camera dock with the power on, charging resumes when the camera enters auto power-off (see page 111). ! Charging is suspended during picture transfer.

Charging Lights Status Charging Lights Cause Green lights Camera is properly docked. Battery is either being checked or is less than half charged. Battery is more than half charged. Battery is fully charged. Red light Battery is not properly installed (see page 78). (blinking) Battery or connector pin is damaged. Camera and battery have been exposed to extreme temperatures. Slowly return to room temperature. No lights Camera is not properly seated in the camera dock. AC adapter is not connected. Rechargeable battery is not installed (see page 78).

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Transferring Pictures With the Dock After the Kodak EasyShare software is loaded on your computer (see page 71), you can transfer pictures and videos from your camera to your computer.

1 Turn off the camera and place it in the camera dock.

2 Push the Transfer button. The Transfer light blinks green while the pictures and videos are transferring. Messages about the transfer status appear on the camera screen. Kodak EasyShare software automatically opens on your Transfer light computer. NOTE: After transferring, the camera dock resumes charging as necessary. Transfer button

Transfer Light Status Light Steady

Cause The camera is properly seated in the camera dock. The camera dock is connected to AC power and to a computer via the USB cable. Blinking Pictures are being transferred to the computer. Off The camera is not seated in the camera dock (page 79). The camera dock is not plugged into AC power (page 77). The USB cable is not connected (page 77).

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Reviewing Pictures and Videos When the camera is in the dock, the camera is powered by the dock, not the camera batteries. Save battery power by using the dock to review pictures and videos on the camera screen.

1 Turn on the camera and place it in the Review button

camera dock.

2 Press the Review button to display the last

picture or video taken. See Chapter 4, Reviewing Pictures and Videos, for details. You can perform any camera function with the camera in the dock (ex., run a slide show, check or change settings).

Camera Dock 6000 Specifications Specifications—Kodak EasyShare camera dock 6000 Communication USB Cable (included with Kodak EasyShare with computer cameras) Dimensions Width 6.1 in. (155 mm) (without insert) Depth 3.7 in. (94.5 mm) Height 1.2 in.(31 mm) Weight 6.0 oz (170 g) Transfer light (page 81) Indicates connection/transfer Charging lights (page 80) Indicate charging status and error conditions Input voltage 5 ±0.25 V DC Power DC input AC adapter (included with camera dock) 82

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Troubleshooting—Camera Dock 6000 Problem Cause Cannot transfer Software is not pictures to the installed. computer. Software is installed incorrectly.

USB cable was connected during software installation. Camera is listed as an unknown device (PC only).

AC adapter or USB cable is not securely connected. Too many applications running on computer. Camera was removed from the camera dock during picture transfer. Transfer button was not pressed.

Solution Disconnect USB cable and remove camera from dock. Install EasyShare software (page 71). Disconnect the USB cable and remove camera from dock. Close all open applications. Uninstall, then re-install the software (page 71). To uninstall, go to Start/Settings/ Control Panel/Add/Remove Programs. Disconnect the USB cable and remove camera from dock. Delete camera from Device Manager: Right-click on My Computer, go to Properties/ Hardware/Device Manager/Other Devices/ (delete this entry— ?Kodak ES camera) Check the connections (page 77). Close all software applications and try again. Replace the camera on the camera dock and press the Transfer button. Press the Transfer button.

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Earlier Cameras and Docks Your Kodak EasyShare camera dock 6000 requires a Kodak EasyShare CX/DX6000 or LS600 series digital camera. Earlier camera models (Kodak EasyShare 4000 series and previous) require the original Kodak EasyShare camera dock or camera dock II.

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10 Troubleshooting When you have questions about your camera, start here. Additional technical information is available in the ReadMe file located on the Kodak EasyShare software CD. For camera dock 6000 troubleshooting, see page 83. For updates to Troubleshooting information, visit www.kodak.com/go/dx6440support.

Camera Problems Problem Cause Camera does not Battery is not properly turn on. installed. Battery is not charged. Camera does not A non-approved battery turn off; lens does may be in the camera. not retract. Pictures The picture does not remaining take up enough space number does not to decrease the decrease after number. taking a picture. You did not take a picture. Picture The camera was orientation is not rotated or tilted while accurate. the picture was taken.

Solution Reinstall the battery (page 4). Recharge the battery (page 80). Use the battery that came with your camera, or an approved replacement battery (page 12). The camera is operating normally. Continue taking pictures.

Use Review (page 49) or Quickview (page 22) to make sure a picture was taken. Set the Orientation Sensor (page 41).

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Chapter 10 Problem Shutter button does not work.

Cause Camera is not turned on. The camera is processing a picture; the ready light (near the viewfinder) is blinking. The card or internal memory is full.

Solution Turn on the camera (page 5). Wait until the ready light stops blinking before attempting to take another picture.

Transfer pictures to the computer (page 73), delete pictures from the camera (page 51), switch storage locations (page 10), or insert a card with available memory (page 9). The Shutter button was For best pictures, see page 15. not pressed. Part of the picture Something was Keep hands, fingers, or other is missing. blocking the lens when objects away from the lens when (Also see Stored the picture was taken. taking pictures. pictures are Your eye or the picture Leave space around subject when corrupted.) was not centered centering picture in viewfinder or correctly in the camera screen. viewfinder or camera screen. Stored pictures The card was removed Retake picture. Do not remove are corrupted. or the battery expired card while the ready light is while the ready light blinking. Keep battery charged. was blinking.

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Chapter 10 Problem In Review mode, you do not see a picture (or the expected picture) on the camera screen. Picture is too dark.

Cause Solution The camera may not be Check the picture storage location accessing the correct setting (page 10). storage location.

Flash is not on. The subject is too far away for the flash to have an effect.

Turn on the flash (page 24). Move so there is no more than 16.7 ft (5.1 m) between the camera and the subject; 8.5 ft (2.6 m) in Telephoto. The subject is in front Use Fill flash (page 24) or change of a bright light your position so light is not behind (backlit). the subject. Not enough light. In Landscape mode, use Long Time Exposure (page 35). In Landscape, Close-up, or PAS modes, set ISO to 400 (page 34). Use PAS mode to change the shutter speed (page 17). Auto exposure was not To take the best possible pictures, achieved. press the Shutter button half-way and hold. When the ready light glows green, press the Shutter button the rest of the way down to take the picture.

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Chapter 10 Problem Picture is too light.

Cause Solution The flash is not needed. Change to Auto flash or Flash Off (page 24). The subject was too Move so there is at least 1.6 ft (0.5 close for flash. m) in Wide; 2.5 ft (0.75 m) in Tele between camera and subject. The light sensor is Hold the camera so your hands or covered. other objects do not cover the light sensor. Too much light. Decrease Exposure Compensation (page 30). Auto exposure was not To take the best possible pictures, achieved. press the Shutter button half-way and hold. When the ready light glows green, press the Shutter button the rest of the way down to take the picture. In Review mode, The picture has no Transfer the picture to the a blue screen is thumbnail or an computer (page 73), or delete the displayed instead unrecognized picture (page 51). of a picture. thumbnail. Stored pictures The card was removed Make sure the ready light is not are damaged. when the ready light blinking before removing the card. was blinking.

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Chapter 10 Problem Picture is not clear.

Cause The lens is dirty. Subject too close when taking picture.

Solution Clean the lens (page 107). Move so there is at least 19.7 in. (50 cm) between the camera and the subject, or at least 3.9 in. (10 cm) at Wide in Close-up mode. Subject or the camera Place the camera on a flat, steady moved while the surface or use a tripod. picture was taken. The subject is too far Move so there is no more than away for the flash to be 16.7 ft (5.1 m) between the effective. camera and the subject; 8.5 ft (2.6 m) in Telephoto. Auto focus was not To take the best possible pictures, achieved. press the Shutter button half-way and hold. When the ready light glows green, press the Shutter button the rest of the way down to take the picture. (If the yellow light blinks, release the Shutter button and recompose picture.) Slide show does Video Out setting is Adjust the camera Video Out not run on incorrect. setting (NTSC or PAL, external video page 67). device. External device is set See the external device’s user’s incorrectly. guide. Camera freezes Camera detected an Turn the camera off, then back on. up when a card is error when the card Make sure the camera is turned off inserted or was inserted or before inserting or removing a removed. removed. card. 89

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Camera/Computer Communications Problem The computer cannot communicate with the camera. (For communication problems with a camera dock 6000, see page 83.)

Cause There is a problem with the configuration of the USB port on the computer. Camera power is off. Battery is not charged. Some Advanced Power Management utilities on laptops turn off ports to save battery life. USB cable is not securely connected. Software is not installed.

Solution See this file on the EasyShare software CD: USB.html Or visit: www.kodak.com/go/ camerasupport Turn on the camera (page 5). Recharge the battery (page 80). See the Power Management section of the laptop user’s guide to disable this feature.

Connect cable to camera and computer port (page 73). Install the software (page 71). Software is installed Disconnect the USB cable. Close all incorrectly. open applications. Uninstall, then re-install the software (page 71). To uninstall, go to Start/Settings/ Control Panel/Add/Remove Programs. Too many applications Disconnect camera from the are running on the computer. Close all software computer. applications, reconnect camera. The Battery Monitor or Close that software before starting similar software runs the Kodak software. constantly.

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Chapter 10 Problem Cannot transfer pictures. (The Add New Hardware Wizard cannot locate drivers.)

Cause Solution Software is not installed. Disconnect USB cable. (If using camera dock, disconnect cable and remove camera from dock). Install EasyShare software (page 71). Software is installed Disconnect the USB cable. Close all incorrectly. open applications. Uninstall, then re-install the software (page 71). To uninstall, go to Start/Settings/ Control Panel/Add/Remove Programs. USB cable was Disconnect the USB cable. connected during Delete camera from Device software installation. Manager: Right-click on My Camera is listed as an Computer, go to unknown device (PC Properties/Hardware/Device only) Manager/Other Devices/ (delete this entry— ?Kodak ES camera)

SD/MMC Cards and Internal Memory Problem The camera does not recognize SD/MMC card.

Cause The card may not be SD/MMC certified. The card may be corrupt.

Card is not properly inserted in camera.

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Chapter 10 Problem Camera freezes up when a card is inserted or removed. Memory card full

Cause Camera detects an error when the card was inserted or removed. Storage is full.

Solution Turn the camera off, then back on. Make sure the camera is off when inserting or removing a card.

Transfer pictures and videos to the computer, then delete them from the camera. The maximum Transfer pictures and videos to the number of files or computer, then format the card or folders is reached (or internal memory (page 68). other directory Caution: Formatting a card erases concern). all pictures and videos, including protected files. (Formatting internal memory also erases email addresses and album names. To restore addresses and albums, see Kodak EasyShare software Help.)

Camera Screen Messages Message No images to display

Cause There are no pictures in the current storage location. Memory card requires The card is corrupted formatting or formatted for Memory card cannot another digital camera. be read (Please format card or insert another card)

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Solution Change picture storage location setting (page 10). Insert a new card or format the card (page 68). Caution: Formatting erases all pictures and videos, including protected files.

Chapter 10 Message Cause Internal memory The camera internal requires formatting memory is corrupted. Internal memory cannot be read (Please format internal memory)

Solution Format the internal memory (page 68). Caution: Formatting erases all pictures and videos, including protected files. (Formatting internal memory also erases email addresses and album names. To restore them, see Kodak EasyShare software Help.) No memory card (Files There is no card in the Insert a card (page 9). not copied) camera. Pictures were not copied. Not enough space to There is not enough Delete pictures from the copy files (Files not space in the location location you are copying to copied) you are copying to (page 51), or insert a new (internal memory or card. the card). Read-only card, The card in the camera To take a picture, insert a change to internal is write-protected. new card or change storage memory to capture location to internal memory (page 10). Card is protected Switch on card is in Reset the switch as shown (Reset switch on card) write-protect position. on camera screen. Card is locked (Insert The card is To take a picture, insert a a new card) write-protected. new card or change storage location to internal memory (page 10).

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Chapter 10 Message Card is unusable (Insert a new card) Recording stopped. Record in internal memory (Card speed is slow) Memory card is full (Cannot save Share/ Album tagging) Internal memory is full (Cannot save Share/ Album tagging) Date and time have been reset

Cause The card is slow, corrupted, or unreadable. Card cannot be used to take videos.

There is no space remaining.

This is the first time you turned on the camera; or the battery has been removed for an extended period of time; or the battery is exhausted. High camera The internal temperature. (Camera temperature of the will be turned off.) camera is too high for the camera to operate. The viewfinder light glows red and the camera turns off.

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Solution Insert a new card (page 9). Change storage location to internal memory (page 10). Use this card to take pictures only. Insert a new card (page 9), transfer pictures (page 73), or delete pictures (page 51).

Reset the clock (page 6).

Leave the camera off for several minutes, then turn it back on. If the message reappears, contact Customer Support (page 100).

Chapter 10 Message Memory Card is full

Cause There is no more space on the card in the camera.

Internal Memory is full There is no more space in the camera’s internal memory.

Solution Transfer pictures to the computer (page 73), delete pictures from the card (page 51), insert a new card, or change storage location to internal memory (page 10). Transfer pictures to the computer (page 73), delete pictures from the internal memory (page 51) or change storage location to Auto (page 10) and insert card (page 9). Transfer the unreadable picture to the computer (page 73), or delete the picture (page 51). Create and copy address book from computer. See EasyShare software Help. Create and copy album names from computer. See EasyShare software Help.

Unrecognized File Format

The camera cannot read the picture format.

No Address Book in Camera

No email addresses appear because there is no address book. Album names have not been copied to the camera from the computer. An error is detected. Turn the Mode dial off, then back on. If the message reappears, contact Customer Support (page 100).

No Album Names in Camera

Other error code

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Camera Ready Light Status Ready light

Status Ready light does not turn on and the camera does not work.

Ready light glows steady green.

Ready light blinks green.

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Cause Camera is not turned on. Battery is exhausted.

Mode dial was on when battery was reloaded. Camera is on; ready to take a picture or video. Shutter button is pressed halfway down. Focus and exposure are set. Picture is being processed and saved to the camera.

Solution Turn on the camera (page 5). Recharge the battery (page 80) or install a new one (page 4). Turn Mode dial off, then back on. Camera is operating normally. Camera is operating normally.

Camera is operating normally.

Chapter 10 Status Ready light blinks yellow.

Cause Solution Flash is not charged. Wait. Resume picture taking when the light stops blinking and turns green. Auto exposure or Release the Shutter button auto focus are not and recompose the picture. locked. Ready light blinks red. Battery is low or Recharge the battery exhausted. (page 80) or install a new one (page 4). Ready light glows Camera’s internal Transfer pictures to the steady red. memory or card is computer (page 73), delete full. pictures from the camera (page 51), switch storage locations (page 10), or insert a card with available memory (page 9). Camera processing Wait. Resume picture taking memory is full. when the light turns green. Card is read-only. Change storage location to internal memory (page 10), or use a different card.

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Getting Help

Helpful Web Links Help with your camera Help with Windows operating system and working with digital pictures Download the latest camera software and firmware Optimize your printer for truer, more vibrant colors Get support for cameras, software, accessories, more Purchase camera accessories Register your camera View online tutorials

www.kodak.com/go/dx6440support www.kodak.com/go/pcbasics www.kodak.com/go/dx6440downloads www.kodak.com/go/onetouch www.kodak.com/go/support www.kodak.com/go/dx6440accessories. www.kodak.com/go/register www.kodak.com/go/howto

Help in this Manual See Troubleshooting, page 85 for help with problems you may have with your camera, camera/computer connections, or SD/MMC cards. See page 75 for help with the EasyShare camera dock 6000.

Software Help Click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software.

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Telephone Customer Support If you have questions concerning the operation of the software or camera, you may speak with a customer support representative.

Before You Call

! Have the camera or camera dock connected to your computer. ! Be at your computer. ! Have the following information available: Operating system __________________________________________ Processor speed (MHz)_____________________________________ Computer model __________________________________________ Amount of memory (MB) ____________________________________ Exact error message you received_______________________________ Version of Kodak EasyShare software CD________________________ Camera serial number______________________________________

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Telephone Numbers Australia Austria/Osterreich Belgium/Belgique Brazil Canada China Denmark/Danmark Ireland/Eire Finland/Suomi France Germany/Deutschland Greece Hong Kong India Italy/Italia Japan Korea Netherlands/Nederland New Zealand Norway/Norge Philippines Portugal Singapore

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Chapter 11 Spain/Espana Sweden/Sverige Switzerland/Schweiz/Suisse Taiwan Thailand UK United States Outside the United States International Toll Line International Toll Fax

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For the most up-to-date listings, visit: http://www.kodak.com/US/en/digital/contacts/DAIInternationalContacts.shtml

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12 Appendix Camera Specifications Kodak EasyShare DX6440 zoom digital camera Color 24-bit, millions of colors Color modes Color, black & white, sepia Communication with computer USB, via: USB cable; EasyShare camera dock 6000; or printer dock 6000 Dimensions Width 4.3 in. (109 mm) Depth 1.5 in. (38 mm) Height 2.5 in. (64.5 mm) Weight 7.8 oz (220 g) with battery and card Exposure metering Multi-pattern/Center weighted, center spot TTL-AE with program modes File format Still JPEG/EXIF v2.2 Video QuickTime Audio G.711 Flash Modes Auto, Fill, Red-eye, Off Range Wide: 1.6-16.7 ft (0.5-5.1 m) f/2.4 Tele: 2.5-8.5 ft (0.75-2.6 m) f/4.8 Charging Time Less than 9.0 seconds with charged battery Focus zone Multi-zone, center zone Image 1/2.5 in. interline transfer CCD, 4:3 aspect ratio, RGB Bayer CFA, sensor 4.23 M pixels (2408 x 1758 pixels) 103

Chapter 12 Kodak EasyShare DX6440 zoom digital camera ISO speed Automatic 100 to 200 Manual 100, 200, or 400 Long time exposure 100 Flash 120 or 180 (Automatic) Video 100 to 800 Lens Type Optical quality glass, 6 groups/7 elements (2 aspherical lenses) Aperture Wide: f/2.2 - f/5.6; Tele: f/4.8 - f/13 Focal Length 33 - 132 mm Focus Distance Standard Wide: 19.7 in. (50 cm) to infinity Standard Tele: 29.5 in. (75 cm) to infinity Close-up Wide: 3.9 to 23.6 in. (10 cm to 60 cm) Close-up Tele: 9.8 to 33.5 in. (25 cm to 85 cm) Landscape: Fixed focus Liquid Crystal Display, LCD 1.8 in. (45.7 mm), color, 560 x 240 (Camera screen) (134k) pixels. Preview rate: 24 fps Operating Temperature 32 to 104° F (0 to 40° C) Picture/Video storage 16 MB internal; optional SD Card or MMC Pixel Best 2304 x 1728 (4.0 M) pixels resolution Best (3:2) 2304 x 1536 (3.5 M) pixels Better 1656 x 1242 (2.1 M) pixels Good 1200 x 900 (1.1 M) pixels

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Chapter 12 Kodak EasyShare DX6440 zoom digital camera Power Battery: CRV3 (included), 2-AA lithium, 2-AA Ni-MH, Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack (included with camera dock 6000 and printer dock 6000) AC adapter: 3V DC (purchase separately) Self Timer 10 seconds Tripod socket Yes Video Out NTSC or PAL selectable Video resolution 320 x 240 pixels, 15 fps Viewfinder Optical, with diopter adjustment White balance Auto, Daylight, Tungsten, Fluorescent Zoom (still capture) 4X optical, 3.8X digital

Shutter Speeds For shutter speeds slower than 1/30 second, place the camera on a flat, steady surface or use a tripod. Picture Taking Mode Auto, Portrait, Landscape*, Close-up, PAS-Program and Aperture priority modes Night Sport

PAS-Shutter priority

Available Shutter Speeds Wide: 1/2200-1/60 sec., Tele: 1/2200-1/125 sec. Wide: 1/2200-1/8 sec., Tele: 1/2200-1/8 sec. (Flash: Off) *Long Time Exposure: 4 sec. max. (Landscape only) 1/2200 to 1/2 sec. Wide: 1/2200 to 1/60 sec., Tele: 1/2200 to 1/125 sec. Wide: 1/2200 to 1/30 sec., Tele: 1/2200 to 1/60 sec. (Flash: Off) 1/2200 to 4 sec. 105

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Original Factory Settings Feature Adv. Digital Zoom initiation Color Mode Date/Time Date/Time Stamp Default Print Quantity Exposure Compensation Exposure Metering Mode Flash

Factory Setting Pause Color 2003/01/01; 12:00 Off 1 0.0 Multi-pattern Auto, Sport, Portrait, Night, PAS: Auto Landscape, Close-up, Video, Burst: Off Focus Zone Multi-zone Image Storage Auto ISO Speed Auto Language English Liveview Off Long Time Exposure None Manual (PAS) mode Program mode (P) Orientation Sensor On PAS - Aperture f2.8 PAS - Exposure Compensation 0.0 PAS - Shutter Speed 1/60 Picture Quality Best Quickview On

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Factory Setting Off On 5 seconds Off Auto None NTSC Auto

Upgrading Your Software and Firmware Download the latest versions of the software included on the Kodak EasyShare software CD and the camera firmware (the software that runs on the camera). Visit www.kodak.com/go/dx6440downloads.

Tips, Safety, Maintenance ! Always follow basic safety precautions. Refer to the “Important Safety Instructions” booklet packed with your camera.

! Do not allow chemicals, such as suntan lotion, to come into contact with the painted surface of the camera.

! If the camera has been subjected to inclement weather or you suspect water has gotten inside the camera, turn off the camera and remove the battery and card. Allow all components to air-dry for at least 24 hours before using the camera again. If this does not resolve the problem, contact customer support (page 100). ! Clean the lens and camera screen: 1 Blow gently on the lens or camera screen to remove dust and dirt. 107

Chapter 12 2 Wipe the lens or camera screen gently with a soft, lint-free cloth or an

untreated lens-cleaning tissue. Do not use cleaning solutions unless they are designed specifically for camera lenses. Do not wipe the camera lens or camera screen with chemically treated eyeglass lens tissue. It may scratch the lens. ! Wipe the outside of the camera with a clean, dry cloth. Never use harsh or abrasive cleaners or organic solvents on the camera or any of its parts. ! Connect a tripod directly to the camera; do not connect a tripod to the camera dock. ! Service agreements are available in some countries. Contact a dealer of Kodak products for more information. ! For digital camera disposal or recycling information, contact your local authorities. In the US, visit the Electronics Industry Alliance Web site at www.eiae.org or the Kodak Web site at www.kodak.com/go/dx6440support.

Storage Capacities File sizes can vary. You may be able to store more or fewer pictures and videos. Purchase accessories at a dealer of Kodak products or visit www.kodak.com/go/dx6440accessories. Video Storage Capacity Minutes/seconds of video 16 MB internal memory 1 min., 21 sec. 16 MB SD/MMC 1 min., 21 sec. 32 MB SD/MMC 2 min., 50 sec. 64 MB SD/MMC 5 min., 40 sec. 128 MB SD/MMC 11 min., 40 sec. 256 MB SD/MMC 23 min.

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Number of pictures Best Best (3:2) 13 12 25 51 103 207

16 16 32 65 131 262

Better

Good

25 24 48 97 194 389

45 43 87 175 350 701

Locating Pictures and Videos on a Card Pictures stored on SD/MMC Cards use a standard (DCF-Digital Camera Format) agreed upon by many camera manufacturers. This lets you use the cards in different cameras. If you use a card reader to retrieve your files, the following description of the card file structure may be helpful. MISC folder—contains the order files created when you use the Share feature to tag files for printing, emailing, and as favorites; also contains the address book and album names copied from the computer. SYSTEM folder—created and used while updating camera firmware. DCIM folder—root level folder, contains the 100K6440 folder. Each time you turn on the camera or insert a different card, any empty folders within the DCIM folder are removed. 100K6440 subfolder—initially contains all pictures and videos on the card. Album tags are stored here with the picture or video.

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Picture Naming Conventions ! Pictures are named 100_nnnn.JPG, and are numbered in the order in which they are taken. The first picture is named 100_0001.JPG; the highest number allowed is 100_9999.JPG. ! When a card contains a picture named 100_9999.JPG in the \DCIM\100K6440 folder, subsequent pictures appear in a new folder (\DCIM\101K6440), beginning with picture 101_0001.JPG. ! Even if you transfer pictures to the computer or delete pictures from the camera, the camera continues to use consecutive numbers for all subsequent pictures. For example, if the last picture taken was 100_0007.JPG and you delete it, the next picture you take is named 100_0008.JPG. ! When you insert a different card into your camera, the next picture number is defined by incrementing the higher of the last picture taken by the camera, or the highest existing picture number in the folder. ! If you use the card in a camera other than the Kodak EasyShare DX6440 zoom digital camera, and that camera manufacturer adheres to this file structure standard, the \DCIM folder contains a folder named by that camera. For more information, refer to the documentation that accompanied that camera.

Burst Pictures When a burst series is initiated, a letter “B” replaces the underscore in the file name. When a burst series is initiated or ended, the second digit to the left of the decimal is incremented by 1. Image 1 2 3

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Mode Still Burst (1/2) Burst (2/2)

File name 100_0001.JPG 100B0010.JPG 100B0011.JPG

Image 4 5 6

Mode Burst (1/2) Burst (2/2) Still

File name 100B0020.JPG 100B0021.JPG 100_0030.JPG

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Power-Saving Features If No The Camera Activity For 1 minute screen turns off. 8 minutes enters auto power off. 3 hours

turns off.

To Turn It Back On Press the OK button. Press any button (or insert/remove a card). Turn Mode dial Off, then back on.

These settings cannot be changed.

Optional AC Adapter You can purchase an optional Kodak 3-volt AC adapter to power your camera. Use it to save battery power when reviewing and transferring pictures.

1 Connect the AC adapter to the DC-In port. 2 Connect the other end of the AC adapter to an electrical outlet.

DC-In

For batteries and AC adapters, visit www.kodak.com/go/dx6440accessories.

CAUTION: Do not use the optional 3-volt AC adapter with the Kodak EasyShare camera dock 6000. It is NOT compatible.

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FCC Compliance and Advisory Kodak EasyShare DX6440 zoom digital camera Tested to comply with FCC Standards. FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed or used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: 1) reorient or relocate the receiving antenna; 2) increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver; 3) connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected; 4) consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for additional suggestions. Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Where shielded interface cables have been provided with the product or specified additional components or accessories elsewhere defined to be used with the installation of the product, they must be used in order to ensure compliance with FCC regulation.

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Index A A/V out, v, 56, 67 AC adapter 3-volt, camera, 111 5-volt, camera dock, 77 accessories AC adapter, camera, 111 battery, 13 buying, 99 camera dock, 75 printer dock, 74 SD/MMC card, 9 adjusting screen display, 5 viewfinder, diopter dial, 22 advanced digital zoom, 23, 66 albums, tagging in review mode, 54 pictures, 39 videos, 46 alkaline batteries, warning, 4 aperture description, 19 priority mode, 17 setting, 18 auto

flash, 24 focus framing marks, 21 focus sensor, iii mode, 16 power-down, 111 B batteries alkaline warning, 4 capacities, 12 charge via camera dock, 80 door location, vi expected life, 12 extending life, 13 loading, 4, 78 replacement types, 12 safety, 13 black & white pictures, 32 burst button, iv taking a series, 27 button delete, iv, 22 flash/status, vi, 24 menu, iv OK, iv, 5 113

Index on/off, iv review, iv, 49 self timer/burst, vi, 27 Share, iv, 59 shutter, iii, vi zoom, iv, 23 C cable audio/video, 3, 56 power, camera dock, 77 USB, 3, 73, 77 camera dock camera compatibility, 84 charging battery, 80 connection, 77 connector on camera, vi docking camera, 79 installing custom insert, 76 lights status, 81 package contents, 75 reviewing pictures, 82 specifications, 82 troubleshooting, 83 camera overviews, iii—vi camera screen adjusting display, 5 error messages, 92 liveview, 20 114

reviewing pictures/videos, 49 status area, 7 status icons, 8 turning off liveview, 65 using as viewfinder, 20 Canadian compliance, 112 card, memory, 110 caring for your camera, 107 changing PAS modes, 18 picture taking mode, 16 storage location, 10 charging battery via camera dock, 80 charging lights, camera dock, 80 checking camera status, settings, 7 storage setting, 11 cleaning camera, lens, 108 clock, setting, 6 close-up mode, 16 color mode, 32 computer connecting camera, 73 connecting camera dock, 77 installing software, 71 system requirements, 69 transfer to, 73, 81 connecting

Index camera dock, 77 camera to camera dock, 79 camera to computer, 73 contents, package camera, 3 camera dock, 75 copy pictures card to memory, 57 to computer via camera, 73 to computer via camera dock, 81 CRV3 battery, installing, 4 custom insert, 76 customer support, 100 customizing camera settings, 63 D date displaying on video, 58 imprinting on pictures, 40 setting, 6 DCIM folder, card, 109 DC-in, v, 111 default settings, original, 106 defaults, resetting, 38 delete button, iv deleting by formatting, 68 during quickview, 22, 44

from internal memory, 51 from SD/MMC Card, 51 protected pictures/videos, 53 digital zoom changing, 66 using, 23 diopter dial, iv, 22 disposal, recycling, 108 dock camera, 75 printer, 74 downloading pictures, 73, 81 E EasyShare software, 69 emailing pictures, videos, 61 error messages, camera screen, 92 exposure compensation, 18, 19, 30 long time, 35 metering, 36 external video device setting video out, 67 viewing pictures, videos, 56 F favorites, tagging, 62 FCC compliance, 112 115

Index file names, card, 110 fill flash, 24 firmware upgrading, 107 version, 68 flash button, iv distance range, 24 settings, 24 settings per mode, 25 unit, iii flash/status button, iv flourescent light, 33 focus distances, close-up mode, 16 distances, specifications, 104 framing marks, 21 zone, 37 folders, card, 109 formatting, internal memory/card, 68 framing your picture, 21 G guidelines, battery, 13 H help camera dock, 83 116

technical support, 99 web links, 99 I icons camera screen, 8 mode dial, 16 picture taking modes, 16 review menu, 52 setup menu, 63 Share menu, 59 image storage menu, 10 indoor pictures, tungsten light, 33 information about camera, 68 about pictures/videos, 58 insert, custom/universal, 76 installing batteries, 4 custom insert, 76 rechargeable battery, 78 SD/MMC card, 9 software, 71 internal memory formatting, 68 setting storage location, 10 storage capacity, 108 ISO speed, 34

Index J joystick, iv K Kodak EasyShare software getting help, 99 installing, 71 upgrading, 107 Kodak web sites, 99 L landscape mode, 16 language, setting, 67 LCD (liquid crystal display). See camera screen lens cleaning, 108 location, iii light camera dock, 80, 81 ready, camera, iv, 96 self timer, iii, 26, 47 sensor, iii video record, iii lighting conditions, using white balance, 33 liveview camera screen as viewfinder, 20

turning default on, 65 turning on/off, 20 loading batteries, 4, 78 SD/MMC card, 9 software, 71 locator for dock, vi long time exposure, 35 M Macintosh installing software on, 71 system requirements, 70 magnify picture, 52 maintenance, camera, 107 matrix metering, 36 memory inserting card, 9 internal, 9, 10 removeable card, 10 storage capacities, 108 storage location setting, 10 menu button, iv review mode, 52 setup mode, 63 Share mode, 59 still modes, 28—29 video mode, 45 117

Index microphone, iii MISC folder, card, 109 mode dial, iv, 16 modes, picture taking available shutter speeds, 105 flash settings, 25 menu options, 28—29 overview, 16 PAS, 17 monitor, requirements, 69 movies. See video multiple pictures, viewing, 50 N night mode, 16 Ni-MH rechargeable battery, installing, 78 NTSC, video out setting, 67 O OK button, iv, 5 online prints, ordering, 74 optical zoom, 23, 45 orientation sensor, 41 overview camera, iv camera modes, 16 PAS mode, 17 picture taking modes, 16 118

P package contents camera, 3 camera dock, 75 PAL, video out setting, 67 PAS mode on mode dial, 17 overview, 17 resetting to defaults, 38 using, 18 pictures checking location, 11 copying, 57 date imprint, 40 deleting, 51 emailing tagged, 61 file naming, 110 locating on card, 109 magnifying, 52 printing, 74 printing tagged, 60 protecting, 53 quality, setting, 31 reviewing, 49 reviewing, camera dock, 82 storage capacity, 109 tagging, 39, 54 taking, 15 taking, modes, 16

Index transfer via camera, 73 transfer via camera dock, 81 viewing multi-up, 50 viewing on television, 56 playing a video, 50 portrait mode, 16 power auto off, 111 camera, 5 camera dock, 77 on/off, iv printer dock, 74 printing 4 x 6 prints, 31 changing default quantity, 64 from a card, 74 optimizing printer, 99 order online, 74 pictures, 74 tagged pictures, 60, 74 this user guide, 1 without a computer, 74 product overview, iv program mode, 17, 18 protecting pictures, videos, 53 Q quality setting, 31 quickview

turning off, 64 using, 22, 44 R ReadMe file, 85 ready light, iv, 96 recycling, disposal, 108 red-eye, flash, 24 regulatory information, 112 removeable card, 9 requirements Macintosh, 70 Windows, 69 reset, PAS settings to defaults, 38 resolution, setting, 31 review button, iv, 49 reviewing pictures as you take them, 22 camera dock, 82 camera screen, 49 deleting, 51 magnifying, 52 menu options, 52 multi-up, 50 protecting, 53 slide show, 55 reviewing videos as you take them, 44 camera dock, 82 119

Index camera screen, 49 deleting, 51 menu options, 52 protecting, 53 slide show, 55 running slide show, 55 S safety batteries, 13 camera, 107 screen, camera, iv SD/MMC card file names, 110 formatting, 68 inserting, 9 printing from, 74 setting storage location, 10 slot location, v storage capacities, 108 self timer button, iv light, iii with pictures, 26 with videos, 47 sensor auto focus, iii light, iii sepia tone pictures, 32 120

service and support, telephone numbers, 100 setting aperture, 18 date and time, 6 exposure compensation, 18 flash, 24 language, 67 picture quality, 31 picture taking mode, 16 resolution, 31 review menu options, 52 self timer, 26, 47 shutter speed, 18 storage location, 10 video out, 67 setup mode, 63 Share button, iv, 59 shutoff, auto, 111 shutter button, vi problems, 86 self timer delay, 26, 47 speed, checking, 18 speed, setting, 18, 19, 35 speeds, available, 105 turn off sound, 66 shutter priority mode, 17, 18 sleep mode, 111

Index slide show changing display time, 55 continuous loop, 56 problems, 89 viewing on camera, 55 viewing on television, 56 software getting help, 99 installing, 71 upgrading, 107 sound, shutter, 66 speaker, location, vi specifications camera, 103 camera dock, 82 sport mode, 16 status button, iv camera dock lights, 80, 81 camera ready light, 96 checking on screen, 7 screen icons, 8 storage location, 11 storage capacity, 108 strap, wrist, 4 support, technical, 100 system folder, card, 109 system requirements Macintosh, 70

Windows, 69 T tagging favorites, 62 for albums, 39, 46, 54 for email, 61 for print, 60 when to tag, 59 taking pictures, 15 taking videos, 43 telephone support, 101 telephoto button, iv television, slide show, 56 time, setting, 6 timer, shutter delay, 26, 47 tips battery guidelines, 13 maintenance, safety, 107 ReadMe file, 85 transfer via camera, 73 via camera dock, 81 trash can, deleting, 22, 44 tripod socket, vi troubleshooting camera, 85 camera dock, 83 turning camera on and off, 5 121

Index U universal insert, 76 upgrading software, firmware, 107 URLs, Kodak web sites, 99 USB (universal serial bus) connecting to camera, 73 connecting to camera dock, 77 connection location, v transferring pictures, 73

viewing, 49 viewfinder location, iv using camera screen, 20 viewing camera information, 68 magnified picture, 52 picture after taking, 22, 49 picture/video information, 58 video after taking, 44

V videos checking location, 11 copying, 57 date display, 58 deleting, 51 emailing tagged, 61 file naming, 110 locating on card, 109 mode, 17 protecting, 53 record light, iii reviewing, 49, 50 storage capacities, 108 tagging, 46 taking, 43 transfer to computer, 73, 81

W white balance, 33 wide angle button, iv Windows installing software, 71 system requirements, 69 wrist strap, 4

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Z zoom button, iv digital, 23, 66 optical, still, 23 optical, video, 45

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